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Lacey is now offering online services for applying for and receiving city permits. In its press release, the city announced its new online portal for contractors and community members 24/7 access … more
Olympia will be holding a webinar on Tuesday, July 19, 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. to educate community members on eviction and its process. Partnering with Thurston Thrives, the webinar will feature … more
The Olympia City Council has adopted two resolutions to address encampments on state rights of way next to Interstate 5.   At the council meeting held Tuesday, July 12, Housing Programs … more
Tumwater is set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Washington state State to relocate homeless people living in rights of way into state-funded housing. The city’s General … more
Timberline High School held its graduation ceremony for its  Class of 2022 at Saint Martin's University on June 15 with the seniors' family and friends. North Thurston Public Schools … more
The League of Women Voters Thurston County (LWVTC) in conjunction with Thurston Community Media held primary candidate forums for positions with two or more candidates including Legislative District … more
Olympia Strong, a program started during the early months of the pandemic, is continuing as a 12-month city program focused on helping build resiliency for the most economically vulnerable … more
Summit Virtual Academy held its commencement ceremony on June 13 at James Koval Center for Performing Arts with the Class of 2022 graduates and their family and friends.  North … more
River Ridge High School's Class of 2022 marched on June 16 at St. Martin's University's Marcus Pavilion to get their diplomas in front of family and friends. North Thurston Public Schools … more
Komachin Middle School bagged several prizes during the Future Business Leaders of America’s (FBLA) National Leadership Conference, including 1st place in the national organization’s … more
An Olympia man was charged with a felony after allegedly threatening multiple people with a knife and later refusing to heed the orders of responding police officers. Tyler Jay Tally, 29, was … more
Olympia will hold a virtual meeting and two in-person events this month on the recently-concluded market analysis of its neighborhood centers strategy. The virtual meeting will be held on … more
North Thurston High School's Class of 2022 claimed their diplomas during their graduation ceremony last June 14 at the Marcus Pavilion at Saint Martin's University in front of their friends and … more
Lacey is becoming part of the State of Washington's efforts to create a framework to address homeless individuals living within the state rights-of-way during their Thursday, July 7 … more
During its regular meeting Thursday July 7, Lacey proclaimed July as Parks and Recreation month. In its proclamation, the city council said parks and recreation promote the health and wellness of … more
The little-known Hopkins Drainage Ditch District #2 in Thurston County is seeking up to $380,000 from the owners of homes in The Preserve at Tumwater Place. A hearing that had been set for … more
A. G. West Black Hills High School celebrated its new batch of graduates with their family and friends this year on June 10 at the Marcus Pavillion. Speakers during the program were Tumwater … more
Thurston County’s official list of candidates for the primary election on August 2 is arriving now in mailboxes all over the county. Included: a message from Chief Deputy Auditor Diana … more
New Market High School’s Class of 2022 held its graduation on June 8 with family and friends present. more
Yelm Rainier Tenino Trail between Manke Road SE and Tipsoo Drive SE will be closed on Monday, July 11 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for maintenance. According to Thurston County, crews will work on the … more
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